The Future Starts Now – Adaptability, Technology and Safety Drive Decisions for Modern Workspace

As companies across the Triad are preparing to re-open their offices, many are compelled to re-imagine their workspace for the health, safety and confidence of their employees.

From minor adjustments to complete retrofits, the office of the future is rapidly becoming the office of the present as businesses grapple with creating physical separation via spacing or barriers, easily sanitized surfaces, air purification and touchless controls.

In addition existing office space, some companies and organizations that started with new construction or upfitting prior to the pandemic have adjusted design plans on the fly to meet CDC and OSHA guidelines for Covid-19 workplace safety. Among those companies is CPL, an architecture, engineering and planning firm that will move into 6,400 square feet on the fourth floor of the 400 Bellemeade building, which is nearing completion next to First National Bank Field in downtown Greensboro.

Click here to read the full story (by Andy Warfield) featured in the Triad Business Journal